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ADDRIAN | # 23 2014 12:59
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# 23 2014 18:59
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ADDRIAN | # 24 2014 16:34
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ADDRIAN | # 25 2014 08:43
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abash - , . .
ability - . .
about -, . .
abet - , ٭. .
abyss - , , . .
abrasion - , , ȭ. .
abroad - . .
abstain - , .
academic - . ŭ.
access - , ϭ. .
accord -, , , . .
accost - , . .
across - , έ, - . .
admire -, . .
admix - , CME (). .
adore - , . .
admit - , , , . .
advice - , , . , .
affair - . .
affect - Th, ȭ, , . .
affront - , . .
afoot - , , . .
after - , , , . .
again - . .
against - . .
age - , , . .
ago - . .
agree - . . .
aid - , , . .
all - , , , Ѩ, ŭ, . .
alley - , ŭ. .
ally - . , . .
also -, . .
ambush - , , . .
amiss - , έ, . .
amity - . .
among - , , ѭ. .
ample - , , Э. .
amuse - , ŭ. .
angle I - (.), ŭ. .
angle II - , , ȭ . .
animal - , ҭ . .
answer - . .
apart - , , . , .
apology - . - .
appeal - , , . . .
Apple - , . .
arm - ( ), , (), (). .
arrange - , . .
ask - . .
Ass - (.). .
assemble - , (). -.
attic - , , . .
attract - , ŭ, . .
ant - . .
autumn - , . .
averse - ŭ, ( -). .
awe - (), . "!" .
awl - . .
# 25 2014 19:58
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# 26 2014 12:17
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# 27 2014 02:12
- ( )

( . "goal")
( . "money")
( . "kiss")
( . "glass")
("lean") .
- ( . "silly")
( . "mood")
( . "sick")
( . "small")
() ( . "speed". . )
( . "task")
( . "freedom")
( . "high")
( . "war")
( . "war")
Addrian # 27 2014 06:53
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( ), :

1. a while / awhile: A while is a noun phrase; awhile is an adverb.

2. amend / emend: To amend is to change; to emend is to correct.

3. compliment / complement: To compliment is to praise; to complement is to complete.

4. continual / continuous: Continual events are frequently repeated, or intermittent. Continuous events are uninterrupted, or constant.

5. credible / credulous: To be credible is to be authoritative; to be credulous is to be gullible.

6. each other / one another: One another is preferred in formal writing when more than two of something are being discussed.

7. economic / economical: Economic refers to the science of economics; economical suggests frugality.

8. elemental/elementary: Whats elemental is essential or integral to nature; whats elementary is basic.

9. ensure / insure / assure: To ensure is to guarantee, to insure is to indemnify, and to assure is to comfort or convince.

10. historic / historical: Something historic is remarkable for its impact on history; something historical is simply an event in history.

11. lay / lie: Lay is transitive, associated with a direct object Lay that pencil down. Yesterday, I laid that pencil down. That pencil has been laid down. Lie is intransitive, not so associated Lie down. Last night, I lay down. It was my plan to have lain down already.

12. sensual / sensuous: Sensual has an erotic connotation; sensuous refers more neutrally to what is pleasurable to the senses.

13. appraise /apprise: To appraise is to evaluate; to apprise is to inform.

14. weather / whether: Weather is the condition of the atmosphere with respect to heat or cold, calm or storm, etc. The frequently misspelled Whether is used to introduce a question, often outlining a choice between options.

15. e.g. / i.e.: e.g. stands for the Latin phrase exempli gratia, which means for the sake of example.
i.e. stands for the Latin phrase id est, which means that is. You should use it when explaining or rephrasing a sentence. Usually it has the same meaning as in other words.
Addrian # 27 2014 13:54
Politically Correct Vocabulary

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. - , , policeman chairman police officer chairperson. challenged impaired ( - vertically challenged, - speech impaired).

, : , history herstory. . - .
Addrian # 28 2014 05:23
Bald: follicularly challenged

Car: earth-unfriendly, vertically-challenged mode of transport

Car Wash Worker: vehicle-appearance specialist

Dead: metabolically challenged

Demand: propose strongly

Evil: niceness deprived

Garbage collector: sanitation engineer

Gas Station Attendant: petroleum transfer technician

Homeless person: residentially flexible individual

Incorrect: alternative answer

Individualism: uncooperative spirit

Insane: reality challenged

Lazy: motivationally dispossessed

Lost: locationally disadvantaged

Misunderstand: personalized interpretation

Old: chronologically gifted

Poor: economically marginalized

Prisoner: client of the correctional system

Rich: economically maximized

Tired: rest-challenged

Uglier: over under-attractive

Ugliest: over-under-attractively gifted

Unsure: conceptual conflict
ADDRIAN | # 28 2014 17:12
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Good . , , . , .

Nice - good, . nice . , , , , nice .

Very good -. . , .

Great - . , (, , ).

Excellent - , , . , - , .

Wow - , . Wow , .

Fantastic - , . -, .

Brilliant - , . , , . brilliant . , .
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